Audiences here have enjoyed performances ranging from the big off-Broadway percussion hit Stomp to the talent of Tap Dogs, Momix, the Jim Nabors Christmas show, the Hawaii International Jazz Festival, the American Repertory Dance Company, barbershop quartets, and John Ka’imikaua’s halau (hula school). It’s the Carnegie Hall of the Pacific, still basking in its renaissance following a 4-year, $22-million renovation (it was built in 1922). The neoclassical Beaux Arts landmark features an original 1922 dome, 1,400 plush seats, and a hydraulically elevated organ. Breathtaking murals create an atmosphere that’s making the theater a leading multipurpose center.